Varnado Hall  

Varnado Hall is utilized as Northwestern State University's overflow housing facility. There is no lease for Varnado Hall. Once the University Columns and University Place housing facilities are full, students wishing to live on campus will be placed in Varnado Hall as long as there are rooms available.

Constructed in 1939, Varnado Hall is comprised of two wings, each with 3 floors. Male students are housed in one wing and female students in another. There is a spacious lobby, a TV lounge,computer lab, and a beautiful ballroom available for student use.

Each student who lives in Varnado Hall will receive a twin bed, a desk, chair, nightstand, and 3 drawer dresser in their room. Each room is double-occupancy and is complete with two closets which can be locked. Bathrooms are communal and are located on each floor. Laundry facilities are also located in each wing of Varnado Hall.


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